Here is the third installment in our post-conference series, staring Shaun Walker from DotNetNuke. It is one half of session T8, Open Source Tools That are Changing the Content Technologies Landscape. Enjoy!
Here you go folks, the latest in our Post-Conference video series! Thanks for all of your patience with these, we’ll have 2 more videos after this one. (F11 to fullscreen your browser)
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In this series of videos Mary details what problems will be addressed and what kinds of businesses can benefit from (3/4) of the Content Globalization Track.
C7. Breaking out of the Silo: Improving Global Content Value Chains by Collaborating Across Departments
T3. Content Metrics: Tools for Measuring ROI in Global Content Infrastructures
P1. Eliminating the Multilingual Multiplier: Addressing the Cost of Producing Formatted Content in Multiple Languages
E4. Reaching More Customers – Case Studies in Multilingual, Multisite WCM
The number one requirement for audience engagement is language. We can’t engage our audiences if we don’t communicate in their preferred language. Leading practitioners show how they are addressing the significant challenges associated with managing global content for multiple websites in multiple languages.Read More
This is the first in a series of videos that are aimed at enlightening you about all that there is to be excited for in San Francisco in May. These videos will get released on our Facebook Fan Page first, so be sure to fan us in order not to miss any!
Our Gilbane San Francisco conference from June 18-20 extends our discussion of global content to the West Coast. We’ll be talking about the ability to create, define and manage a Global Content Value Chain within two distinct operational areas: customer service and brand management, both highly dependent on accurate, consistent, and contextual multilingual communications.
We’ll also provide content professionals with a succinct knowledge map of translation process and technology components, increasingly handy as the content and translation management worlds collide. Then, onto an update on system integration opportunities based on enterprise strategy rather than ad-hoc processes.
With the Boston program complete, we have been getting requests for the deadline for speaking proposals for our Gilbane San Francisco conference April 10-13, 2007. We publish this info at http://gilbane.com/speaker_guidelines.html on the bottom of the page when we have it. The deadline for submitting proposals for Gilbane San Francisco 2007 is January 3, 2007.Read More